Novel by Christina Carson

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Quote from Suffer the Little Children:

"Perhaps what we call misfortune is actually a place where the universe interrupts our habits that keep life so limited and small, forcing us to respond differently. The opportunity it offers depends on how hard we work to close the gap or hold it open, allowing ourselves to glimpse realities we've never glimpsed before."


Novel by Christina Carson

Purchase at Amazon Kindle

Quote from Dying to Know:

"I knew in that moment, we were never meant to surrender our childlike innocence, to trade a world in which we fit like a glove for one that hung on us like ill-fitting hand-me-downs. However, all about us insisted on our membership. And instead of a handshake or a mystical password as entrance into this spurious society, we agreed instead to share a lie, the one that says we’re safe, secure, and fulfilled living this way." 



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Thoughts from this Vantage Point

May 18, 2012

I’m sixty-six years old. I never imagined being this age, in part because it is hard to imagine, and in part because we are infused with such fear about aging that we avoid thinking about it. However, it is just another vantage point, a different pattern in our kaleidoscopic existence. What fascinat…

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Books That Disturb Us

April 6, 2012

A book sits on the short shelf above our bed where I keep my treasures. It is a book that elicited heated debates, accusations, cruel judgments and little praise when first published. It was commissioned, in a sense, by a man in his seventh decade, a man who was one of the few remaining who still kn…

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